MISD celebrates 18 athletes on National Signing Day

MIDLAND, Texas (KMID/KPEJ) – Midland ISD celebrated signing 18 student-athletes to play in each of their respective sports at the senior level in college. Midland Legacy had 10 students and Midland High had eight students signing their National Letters of Intent.

Midland Legacy celebrated seven football players who will continue their football careers through college. Star running back and star receiver Deonte Sonnier will take their next step together, both signing in eastern New Mexico. Two rebel Girevis linemen Bobey Munoz and Niegel Wallace will also play together for UTPB.

Midland High star running back Meckie McCoy will travel to Hardin-Simmons in Abilene. Bulldogs softball players Sadie Ryan and Breigh Houser will play softball for at least two more years together at Galveston Community College.

Midland Legacy hitter Kylee Radwanski remains in the Tall City, playing volleyball for her hometown Midland College Lady Chaparrals.

Hear from each athlete in the video above. See the full list of signatories below.

The Midland Legacy

Ezequiel Luna (Football) – Eastern New Mexico

Deonte Sonnier (Football) – Eastern New Mexico.

Girevis Bobey Munoz (Football) – UTPB

Niegel Wallace (Football) – UTPB

Chase Barton (Football) – University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Mario Serrano (Football/Rodeo) – Sul Ross State

Eli Price (Football) – Blinn College

Jace Martinez (Baseball) – Hardin-Simmons University

Jazmyn Johnson (Basketball) – McMurry University

Kylee Radwanski (volleyball) – Midland College

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Meckie McCoy (Football) – Hardin-Simmons University

Jaden Taylor (soccer) – Oklahoma State University Panhandle

Breigh Houser (softball) – Galveston Community College

Sadie Ryan (Softball) – Galveston Community College

Jofe Villallobos (Baseball) – Navarro College

Dax Patton (Baseball) – McCook Community College

Imani Parker (volleyball) – Cerro Coso Community College

Sarah Stewart (Tennis) – Dallas Baptist University.


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